Paulina Rubio – “24 Kilates” (1993)

In Mexico in 1993, Paulina Rubio was following up the success of her debut solo album with this album, 24 Kilates (24 Carats). She was competing Thalia for place as the queen of pop music, as Thalia already had three albums under her belt and was in the middle of promoting her top selling Love album.…

Ricky Martin – “Ricky Martin” (1991) Album Review

Ricky Martin goes solo with self-titled debut album and starts the decade of Ricky One could say that the 90’s belonged to Ricky Martin, and it wouldn’t be a lie. After twelve albums in four long hard years with Menudo, Ricky said goodbye to the group and hello to himself. The year is 1991 when…

Calo – “Lengua De Hoy” (1990) Album Review

Calo’s Lengua De Hoy brings rap and hip-hop to Mexico in the 90’s In the 90’s, there was no other artist or group like Calo. One lead singer who won’t take off his glasses, two sisters that can actually sing, and two break-dancing backups; you have Calo. Hailing from Mexico, the five members decided to…

Sasha Sokol – 11:11

The fifth album by Sasha Sokol, 11:11 (Once Once) took her in a different direction than her fans were accustomed. This difference ultimately became the fan favorite of her discography. Under the helm of Flans’s creator, Mildred Villafañe not only produced the album but help co-writes many of the songs. One of the album’s most…

Chantal Andere – “Chantal” (1990) Album Review

  After a few acting roles, Mexican artist Chantal (Andere), signed a record deal with Melody Records to record an album in 1990. When the album came out, she only used her first name of Chantal for her music career and used Chantal Andere for her acting roles. Chantal collaborated with Rafael Perez Botija for…

Kabah – “Kabah” (1994) Album Review

This year, the group Kabah reunited for a concert tour, along with similar pop group OV7. Together, both groups recorded a live album of the concert tour which was just released this past weekend; so I decided to take a look back at at both group’s this week and their discography. While, OV7 has has…